How to Trademark a Phrase
Trademarks, which are often confused with copyrights or patents, are specific words, phrases or symbols used to identify and distinguish the source of goods or services. Applying for a trademark can be a complicated process, but it is an important one to...
Dear Janet,. Can you point me in the right direction about trademark law? I have
a very simple question about it and am not sure where to go to get the answer.
Feb 27, 2002 ... Maybe. Common words and phrases can be trademarked if the person or
company seeking the trademark can demonstrate that the phrase has ...
Trademark a Name, Word, Phrase, or Slogan in Canada and protect your
intellectual property. We guide you through the Trademark Registration Process.
Dec 19, 2014 ... But then you hear about a woman from your home-state thinking it's okay to
trademark the phrase of a man who died at the hands of police ...
A trademark is used to distinguish goods from one manufacturer from another.
Trademarks can be registered for a word, phrase, symbol or combination of
These are usually not protectable under trademark law because they are ... A
short phrase can be protected in conjunction with an illustration or it may be ...
Feb 4, 2015 ... Taylor Swift is all but running the music industry these days. She owns the pop
charts, she owns news cycle after news cycle, and now it ...
Feb 15, 2008 ... Earlier this month, it was revealed that the New England Patriots had attempted
to trademark the phrases "19-0 Perfect Season" and "19-0".